One hot cowboy, one feisty woman, mix well and…..sizzle!!!!!!
Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

Take one feisty female and one burned-out cowboy, mix well and watch the flames ignite.

Stranded in Mesa Blanco, Texas, with no money and no prospects, Emily Proctor hires on as the cook at the Lazy Aces Ranch.

Two problems—she can’t cook and owner Wyatt Cavanaugh is so hot she nearly burns herself just standing near him. Trying to keep her hormones under control is a problem when Wyatt seduces her into his bed and teaches her the real meaning of erotic love.

Now proper Emily finds herself shockingly addicted to the BDSM games he likes to play, her body craving the bondage and domination that push her thermostat past the point of combustion, even though she suspects she’ll wake up and find it’s all turned to ashes…


He set his mug down and leaned across the table, touching her free hand. The skin sizzled beneath his fingers. “I’m trying to figure out how to do this and not have you shoot me with my own gun.”

Emily stared at him. “Do what? Holy hell, Wyatt, what’s going on here?” 

Wyatt’s face was dead serious, but heat blazed in his eyes. “The minute I saw you in the Blue Belle in those shorts and top I’ve been so hard it’s almost painful to walk. Don’t you wonder why I stay gone from the house so much? I don’t trust myself to keep my hands off of you.”

Emily had just taken a sip of her coffee and she spewed it out onto the table. Flushed, she jumped up and grabbed the dishtowel from the counter and began mopping up the mess. She couldn’t look at Wyatt. She was afraid he’d see what she really wanted reflected in her eyes. “Sorry.”

He reached over and pried the dish towel from her hands. “I’m guessing this is a shock to you.”

“Shock?” She didn’t know what to say. That wasn’t the half of it The thought wrapping her legs around that hard muscular body and feeling his cock inside her made her tremble with anticipation. “You could definitely say that.”

“So is this a good shock or a bad shock?” His voice had a slight edge to it.

“I don’t…I just…”She dropped into her chair. “Are you serious?”

“As a heart attack.” He crossed his legs, resting one ankle on the opposite knee. “But we have a real big problem here.” He paused. “Assuming you’re even interested.”

What was she supposed to say? No? She’d sound like a prig. Yes? Actually, totally yes? She’d sound like a slut. Finally she asked, “What’s the problem?”

“I didn’t think people worried about sexual harassment out here in the boonies.” She tried to make a joke out of it, but she was still stunned to find out he had the hots for her.

His face tightened. “I may be a horny cowboy but I respect a woman until she gives me a reason to think otherwise. The last thing I want to do is have you tolerate my advances because you think you have to. To keep your job.”

Emily dropped her eyes and busied herself sipping from her mug. The coffee was cold and bitter but it gave her something to do while she tried to pull together her scattered wits. “So, if I said I was interested would that make a difference? And not because I want to keep my job.”

Wyatt was watching her with heavy-lidded eyes. “I’d want you to think very carefully about it. I’m not offering anything here except my bed and my body. No hearts and flowers. Nothing long term. That’s not who I am. And if it burns itself out and you feel uncomfortable here, I’ll make sure you’re set up in town with a place to stay and a job. Until you and your friends are able to leave.”

“Did I give you the impression I was asking for anything?” she shot back. “And you don’t have to worry about giving me anything. Look, maybe you’re right and this isn’t such a good idea after all.”

Wyatt must have moved faster than the speed of light, because in a millisecond he was out of his chair, had pulled her from hers and was devouring her mouth as if he’d been starved for it forever. He nibbled at her bottom lip, licked around the edges of her mouth then plunged his tongue inside with possessive forcefulness.

Emily’s knees weakened and her body seemed to lose all its strength. She clung to him, the heat of his body searing through her and his tongue lighting every nerve in her mouth. Her nipples throbbed and the pulse in her womb did a jungle dance. She was drowning in sensory overload. If this was a dream she didn’t want to wake up.

His arms tightened around her, pressing her breasts against the hard wall of his chest. One of his long legs insinuated itself between hers and he rubbed his thigh against her heated pussy through her clothes. She was melting, so liquid she didn’t think she could stand without his arms holding her.

When he broke the kiss his eyes burned into hers.

“You want this as much as I do,” he breathed against her mouth.

“Yes.” It came out as a whisper. “Yes, I do.”

He lifted her into his arms and strode through the kitchen to her rooms, through the sitting room into the bedroom. Hysterically she thought how glad she was she’d made the bed that day. Having sex in a messy room took the edge of things.

Wyatt stood her on the floor beside her bed and with fingers that shook slightly unbutton her blouse and slid it from her shoulders.  His eyes fastened on the swell of her breasts and he traced the slope with the tip of one finger.





Cold Blooded-the latest from NYT Best seller Toni Anderson
Sunday, June 10th, 2018

I am SO excited to host  New York Times bestselling author Toni Anderson and Introduce her latest book… 

To celebrate, she is giving away a copy of the book (print for US and Canada/ ebook for international winners).

This contest is in no way affiliated with Facebook.

Meet journalist Pip West and FBI Special Agent Hunt Kincaid, fighting an impossible attraction and invisible enemy.

Disgraced investigative journalist Pip West is devastated when she discovers her best friend’s body face-down in a tranquil lake. When cops and federal agents determine that her friend overdosed then drowned, Pip knows they’re mistaken and intends to prove it. 

Special Agent Hunt Kincaid doesn’t trust journalists and has no patience for Pip’s delusions, especially since her meddling could reveal why the FBI is interested in her friend’s last days. The dead scientist worked at the cutting edge of vaccine research and might have a connection to a new, weaponized, vaccine-resistant anthrax strain that just hit the black market.

Pip is thrown off her game by grief and her unexpected attraction to the handsome federal agent. Hunt battles the same unwelcome pull, determined to resist the heat that threatens to consume them both. But the more Pip digs, the closer she gets to both the sexy FBI agent, and to a bioweapons terrorist who’s more than capable of cold-bloodedly sacrificing anyone who gets in his way.

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What People are Saying

Hypnotically sexy and mind-blowingly intense! Cold Blooded grabbed me by the heart and wouldn’t let go until the gasp-worthy end. It’s everything I love, love, love in a romantic suspense!” ~NYT bestselling author Annika Martin

I will read anything Toni Anderson writes. Her heroines are always strong and smart, heroes their swoon worthy equals, the romance sizzles and the suspense top-notch! Perfect for Laura Griffin fans.” ~Rachel Grant, bestselling author of the Flashpoint series.

This 10th book in Cold Justice series was just as great as the previous books. Everything I expect in an RS novel was in here. There was who-dunnit mystery that heavily laced with suspense, and hot romance complete with its own drama yet not overwhelming.” ~Goodreads Review.

Cold blooded shows this clever author at her best.” ~Goodreads Review.

Emotional, intense and consuming.” ~Goodreads Review.



June is a hot sale month for The Phoenix Agency
Saturday, June 2nd, 2018

Kindle Press is running specials in 4 of the 6 Phoenix agency books, during June. These are the books that created the environment that was used to establish The Phoenix Agency Kindle World. It began with JUNGLE INFERNO, rescuing Capt. Mark Halloran, the man who became the fifth partner. Each subsequent book wive the stories of the four original members who, like Phoenix, rose from the ashes of war to defend and rescue people.


Although as of July 17 all Kindle Worlds will disappear from Amazon, along with the books written for those Worlds, both The Phoenix agency and The Omega Team will live as part of the stable of Decadent Publishing. Watch for the relaunch July 20.

I love this series so much, and I loved doing the research as I wrote the stories. If you are new to Phoenix (or just don’t have all the titled) here is your chance to get them at a bargain price.

June 1-30

Extrasensory (#2) and Freeze Frame (#4) will be on sale for only $1.99.


Mia Fleming has battled for control of her precognitive skills most of her life. Sometimes they work,sometimes they don’t. But her visions about Carpenter Techtronics are so vivid, she resorts to sending anonymous emails to the company. Dan Romeo, senior partner at the Phoenix Agency, is putting his skills to work helping his friend, Scott Carpenter, track down the person threatening his company. He can’t believe it’s Mia, who makes him think about off-the-charts sex—until bodies begin falling. As Mia’s visions escalate, so does the chemistry between her and Dan, along with an unexpected emotional connection. When an attempt is made on Mia’s life and she is almost killed, Dan and his team must race to find the culprits before they can strike again—or put Mia down for good.




Freeze Frame

Katherine “Kat” Culhane was a highly sought after remote viewer, but her gift was beginning to splinter, and just at a time when she needed it the most. Her sister Mari, along with Mari’s employer and his family, have been
kidnapped. But Mike D’Antoni, a partner in the shadowy Phoenix Agency, is suddenly back in her life and could be the only person to help find the hostages. The chemistry between them is just as hot as it ever was, but they parted on very bad terms. Can they put the past behind them as they race to find and rescue the hostages? And what will happen when it’s time to say goodbye again?  




From June 9-June 16 the following books will be on special for just 99 cents!

Feel the Heat (#5)

Summer Cahill lives as quietly as she can, protecting her ability as a psychic healer. But danger brings Troy Arsenault into her life—along with scorching sex and intense emotions. Resisting him isn’t even a question, in or out of the bedroom. He protects her from the evil stalking her even as he teaches her what erotic sex is all about. When she’s kidnapped, his world is turned upside down and he employs all the resources of The Phoenix Agency to rescue her. He won’t rest until she’s back safely in his life—and in his bed for the rest of their lives.






Formula For Danger (#6)

Running back to Texas after an emotional disaster in San Francisco, J. L. Mitchell, microbiologist, is throwing herself into the development of a new, drought-resistant grain. Little did she expect to reconnect with Cole Martin, who rings al her bells, or to discover that her formula was at risk of being highjacked. As her work progresses, so does her relationship with Cole. When she is kidnapped, he brings all the recourse of The Phoenix Agency, where he has just become a partner, into play, hoping they will be in time.

Note: These books can be read as stand alones.

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Note: These books can be read as stand alones.

Get them here:   AMAZON

Become a Phoenix Agency special agent by joining the Desiree Holt Readers Group:


Things you may not know about Memorial Day
Monday, May 28th, 2018

Today we celebrate and ho or those who have died in the service of our country over many generations. The president will lay a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a monument guarded 24/7. A baler, somewhere, will sound the familiar notes of Taps. I’m sure I’ll cry, because I usually do.

But what do we really know about Memorial Day?

  1. One of the first known public tributes to war dead was in 431 B.C., when the Athenian general and statesman Pericles delivered a funeral oration praising the sacrifice and valor of those killed in the Peloponnesian War.
  2. On May 1, 1865, more than 1,000 recently freed slaves, accompanied by regiments of the U.S. Colored Troops (including the Massachusetts 54th Infantry) and a handful of white Charlestonians, gathered in the camp to consecrate a new, proper burial site for the Union dead.
  3. In May 1868, General John A. Logan, the commander-in-chief of the Union veterans’ group known as the Grand Army of the Republic, issued a decree that May 30 should become a nationwide day of commemoration for the more than 620,000 soldiers killed in the recently ended Civil War.
  4. In April 1886, the Ladies Memorial Association of Columbus, Georgia resolved to commemorate the fallen once a year—a decision that seems to have influenced John Logan to follow suit.
  5. It didn’t become a federal holiday until 1971.
  6. Officially known as Decoration Day for more than a century, it was changed by Federal Law in 1964, and subsequently to the 4th Monday in May.
  7. The raising of the flag on Mt. Suribachi in WWII has become an iconic symbol of the men and women who fight for us.



So today, whether you have a family member in the military, or a friend, or just know the contributions of our military, let’s honor those who have served, those who have died, and this who continue to serve our country.


And take a minute to check out two of my favorite books Iive written about the military, from the series Strike Force, about a Delta Force Team.


 Unconditional Surrender









Lock and Load. 




Summer’s coming. Here is a great Beach Read!
Saturday, May 26th, 2018

“Sweet and sexy with hotness thrown in.”

Second Chance For Love”

Suffering from a devastating loss, Rebecca Forrester is finding it hopeless to move forward with her life. It’s just easier to succumb to the darkness that surrounds her. When an unexpected visitor arrives, he forecasts a beautiful and fulfilling life for Rebecca if she is willing to open her heart and mind to change. It’s the kind of change that will bring James Collinson into her life, but is he willing to let another woman into his? Battling his own heartbreak, James remains focused on his business and raising a teenage son. Could James be the answer to Rebecca’s happiness? Is there a second chance for both of them to find love again?


Slowly opening her eyes, Rebecca woke up to the sound of birds chirping in the distance. Her first thought was that she overslept and that she had better get ready for work. She was grateful that she had gotten thru the night and it was a start to another day. Promising to be kinder to herself on this first day of a new year without Denny, Rebecca gave herself a little smile of encouragement that she truly wasn’t feeling.

“You can do this,” Rebecca whispered out loud.  “Just take one step at a time.”
Rolling over onto her back, Rebecca was startled to find that she was lying down in tall grasses which surrounded her and that this definitely wasn’t her bed. Laying her arms straight out on either side, she felt the grass beneath her hands.

“Where am I?” whispered Rebecca. With a sense of panic, she stood up in a beautiful meadow filled with gorgeous wildflowers. The beauty in front of her just took her breath away.  Every single color imaginable surrounded her. It reminded her of the sixty-four Crayola crayon box that held all of these incredible colors.  She felt a slight breeze that softly kissed her skin and made the flowers sway gently in unison. Reaching out to touch one of the flowers, the petals were shockingly soft, unlike anything she had ever felt before. Feeling totally disoriented, Rebecca knew she went to bed but didn’t know where she was or if she was dreaming this.  It was too real not to be true.

As Rebecca tried to calm her quickening pulse, she took in the beauty of the landscape and was actually afraid to move from the spot on which she was standing. Its beauty overwhelmed her as the colors were so vibrant they bordered on almost hurting her eyes. She even noticed that the air smelled sweeter than what she was used to and that the weather was almost too perfect. As she breathed in and out, it seemed to have a calming effect on her.  She knew that she was in a peaceful place but where?  What is this place thought Rebecca and why am I here?
As far as she could see, the landscape was breathtaking but there wasn’t a soul in sight.  She raised her face to the warmth of the light and let it soak deep within herself.  The light resonated peace and love; yes love.  That was the emotion Rebecca felt from the light and let herself be engulfed in it. She embraced it. Her body and mind craved this so much.  It was though this place knew her and what she went thru the past year. It gave her comfort.
“Where am I?” whispered Rebecca.

Off in a distance, she thought she heard a dog barking; a bark that sounded so familiar to her. “No it couldn’t be,” thought Rebecca. Where was that bark coming from?  As she looked in the direction of that sound, she saw the tall grasses start to move in front of her with a top of a dog’s tail sticking above the grass.  With a look of disbelief on her face, a big yellow Labrador retriever started running towards her.  This couldn’t be her beloved dog Sampson as he had died two years prior to her husband’s tragic passing from the car accident. Yet as the Labrador got closer to her, Rebecca knew in her heart that this was Sampson. She saw the American flag collar on his neck and how his long tongue always fell out of his mouth onto the right side when he was running. Feeling tears flow uncontrollably down her cheeks, Rebecca just started laughing. She was shocked to hear herself as laughter was an emotion that she had no reason to feel.  As she knelt down to embrace the dog that she missed so much, Sampson ran right into her arms and slobbered her with what Rebecca always called “doggie kisses.”  She just held onto him, not quite believing this was truly happening and that she was being given a second chance to be with him.
Grasping his face, she looked incredulously into his eyes. Running her hands down his ears, she started kissing both sides of his jowls and just breathed in his scent. As she was hugging him to her body, Sampson started rubbing his head on her cheek just like he did when he was alive.  At that point, Rebecca knew it was her beloved dog.

“How are you my sweet boy?  I’ve missed you so very much. I can’t believe this is you!” Looking at him, she noticed that Sampson was a young pup again and not the feeble dog they had to carry outside towards the end of his life. She briefly thought of their last time together as she hugged him at the vet’s office when she said goodbye to him. She couldn’t believe this was happening. Was this a dream or reality and why?
“You are young again Sampson! I just can’t believe it’s you! You are my handsome boy,” laughed Rebecca. She couldn’t stop the joy and love she felt while hugging Sampson close to her.  How could this be thought Rebecca?

With Sampson’s ears perking up, Rebecca saw that something caught his attention.  Slowly standing up, she couldn’t take her eyes off the man who was coming towards her.  Not even blinking for fear that this mirage would fade away, Rebecca’s eyes just stared at him as he got closer to her. She quickly wrapped her arms around her waist as though to protect herself from whom she was seeing. This was entirely too much for her to handle and just felt that her world was crashing down around her. As the man got closer to her, he raised his hand in a familiar gesture as fresh tears came pouring out of her eyes.

“Oh my God,” sobbed Rebecca.



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